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Posted by LittleLizard on November 03, 2002 at 21:13:19:
In Reply to: my Freer list posted by chrish on November 03, 2002 at 17:44:00:
:Here is my checklist of herps I have personally seen within about 1 hours drive of Freer. Most were on roads, a few were under stuff. It is a great herping area, obviously.
: Texas Tortoise
Texas Banded Gecko
: Mediterranean Gecko
: Greater Earless Lizard
: Reticulate Collared Lizard
: Texas Horned Lizard
: Texas Spiny Lizard
: Eastern Fence Lizard
: Texas Spotted Whiptail
: Texas Indigo Snake
: Mexican Hog-nosed Snake
: Texas Nightsnake
: Desert Kingsnake
: Mexican Milksnake
: Western Coachwhip
: Texas Long-nosed Snake
: Texas Patch-nosed Snake
: Groundsnake (with Tantilla like black caps)
: Mexican Black-headed Snake (T. atriceps)
: Flat-headed Snake (T. gracilis)
: Plains Black-headed Snake (T. nigriceps)
: Texas Coralsnake
: Desert Massasauga
What's the approx. latest/earlist date to herp the area? I wish I knew somebody down there with land that had good habitat!
Do you mainly night drive hunt or daytime flipping?
I am impressed. Next time I'm in that area, I think I'll drive a little slower...